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Senior ETL Developer

Job Title: Senior ETL Developer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Romford, Essex
Industry:
Salary: £80000 - £85000 per annum + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: ETL Dev - LF
Contact Name: Lee Farrand
Contact Email: leef@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Senior ETL Developer - Business Intelligence - Microsoft Stack - SQL Server - SSIS - SSRS - OLAP - OLTP - Financial Services - Romford

Senior ETL Developer - Business Intelligence - Microsoft Stack - SQL Server - SSIS - SSRS - OLAP - OLTP - Financial Services - Romford required to work in a busy, professional environment for a large organisation on a permanent basis.

Montash are retained to work with one of the UK's leading companies who are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced Senior ETL Developer to join a growing team.

Salary Range = £80,000 - £85,000 per Annum + Benefits.

Job Purpose:

  • To be a senior member of the ETL Development Team in the design and delivery of high quality systems, processes, and deliverables
  • Supporting effective and appropriate maintenance of existing systems
  • Working on a project-by-project basis, developing IT solutions across a range of systems and applications as designated.

Keep up to date with new technologies and industry standards, seek self-development and opportunities to progress, learn new skills and maintain high quality work.Tasks they will be completing will include:

  • Proficient in data analysis, defect identification and resolutions.
  • Support Team Leader and Head of Business Systems Development to liaison with business colleagues in the areas of specification, estimation and testing of development deliverables.
  • Responding to allocated tickets, providing a timely and appropriate response to problems and issues across a broad range of software projects.
  • Resolve all development tasks within the specified timeframe, reporting to the team leader if the timescale cannot be met.
  • Effectively use the feedback from business users to keep the team connected to any issues before they become bigger problems. Feed and translate the feedback into dev. tasks to improve quality of the deliverables.
  • Attend meetings as required.
  • Where necessary act as a mentor for junior colleagues.
  • Contribute to the continuous development of the team.
  • Display great team spirit & loyalty towards colleagues whilst maintaining a high performance level.
  • Contribute to the success and on-going growth of the bank.
  • Identifies and investigates data quality/integrity problems, determines impact and provides solutions to problems.

Essential Skills/Knowledge:

  • Minimum of 5 years of recent experience in querying and analysing data sources in a Microsoft environment to understand the data and determine logic for data transformations;
  • Minimum of 3 years recent relevant technical experience with Microsoft data integration tools and/or EDW design and development in a Microsoft environment;
  • Minimum of 2 years in a senior/leadership role on an ETL or Data Warehousing team;

Technical Skills:

  • SQL Server 2008R2/2012
  • T-SQL;
  • SSIS;
  • Performance tuning & best practises.
  • Conceptual, logical, and physical data modelling
  • OLAP database design and theory;
  • OLTP database design and theory.
  • Enterprise Architecture
  • SOA;
  • Technology reuse across the enterprise.
  • High level understanding of Infrastructure Architecture
  • Able to interact with technical experts in other areas of IT to ensure that underlying architecture is correct and delivered.
  • Understanding of BI concepts and theory.
  • SSRS;
  • Nice to have
  • SSAS & MDX Experience;
  • Oracle Exposure;
  • Microsoft Excel power user, Visio;
  • Scripting experience (VBScript, C#, VB.Net).

Interpersonal Skills:

  • Ability to consistently meet deadlines and see projects through to completion;
  • Plan and coordinate the use of resources and facilities;
  • Accuracy & attention to detail;
  • Ability to work as part of a team;
  • Adapting to changes in technology and threats quickly;
  • High levels of drive, energy and personal commitment to success;
  • Proven experience with full lifecycle development projects and Agile methodologies;
  • Analytical in problem solving and decision making;
  • Strong written and verbal communication;
  • Ability to establish and maintain relationships with all levels of the Bank;
  • Presents a professional/business-like image, credible;
  • Ability to effectively communicate at various organizational levels;
  • Customer-focused approach and willing to champion the business;
  • Good awareness of own strengths, weaknesses, and future aspirations.

Desirable / Nice to have:

  • SSAS & MDX Experience;
  • Oracle Exposure;
  • Microsoft Excel power user, Visio;
  • Scripting experience (VBScript, C#, VB.Net).

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